Clients & projects

Who we work with

We work with nonprofits, social enterprises, and other purpose-driven ventures — where the scale of the budget may be relatively small, but the potential to effect change is real. We focus on collaborating with women* leaders and creative practitioners.

We help our clients:

  • Plan creative projects for the real world

  • Build strong relationships with creative partners

  • Create better content

*anyone female-identifying or gnc / nonbinary

Recent projects

A field of corn in upstate New York

A new organic CPG brand

Industry: Natural Foods; Startup Business

Services: Brand strategy intensive, creative brief, firm selection, design facilitation

Outcome: A classic-yet-fun brand identity and packaging design helped secure this new tortilla chip company an exclusive Whole Foods launch.

A man in a beautiful office space talking on the phone behind a sheer acoustic curtain made by KnollTextiles.

knoll textiles

Industry: Art, Culture & Design Organization

Services: Content strategy, writing, and editing

Outcome: We worked with legendary design company Knoll to create a new marketing brochure about the role of textiles in acoustics.

An urban farm with chickens and plants growing in the background.

Edible Schoolyard

Industry: Nonprofit Organization

Services: Strategy intensive, Action Plan

Outcome: After completing a new 3-year strategic plan, we helped Edible align their communications and key messaging with their new programmatic vision.

A hallway with tall wood ceilings, displaying activist posters and other artwork, including RESIST and Black Lives Matter.

new york equal rights heritage center

Industry: City & State Government

Services: Research, writing, and editing

Outcome: New York State has a rich history of civil rights activism, from the suffragist and abolitionist movements to equal rights for LGBTQ+ people. This heritage is now honored with a permanent exhibition in a new public building in Auburn, NY.

A historical black and white photo of a clam shack in the New York harbor.

A New Seafood Restaurant

Industry: Restaurants & Hospitality

Services: Brand strategy, naming, tagline development

Outcome: One of the most trusted names in sustainable seafood is opening a new restaurant in NYC, harkening back to the golden age of oysters. We created the name, tagline, and brand strategy for this new venture.